Client First offers an intelligent class-naming strategy for your Webflow projects. With Client First, you can create optimized HTML and CSS classes for your websites that are simple, consistent, and readable. Client First functions in two main ways: it automates the generation of class names according to your own parameters and provides feedback on any existing classes that might need adjusting.
Using Client First helps to eliminate the manual process of applying classes to each element on your Webflow site. Instead, you can rely on the class-naming tool to generate designer-friendly class names, knowing the generated classes will be meaningful and follow your own unique criteria. Client First makes it easy to stay consistent across the components of your site and ensures each class is just what it should be – descriptive and self-documenting.
With Client First, you also benefit from visibility into existing and potential class names, allowing you to spot redundant or confusing class names. The tool provides feedback on classes to help you make changes, audit your components, and ensure you’re using the perfect terms for each element. You can also delete and edit existing classes, making it easy to keep your Webflow projects organized.
Using Client First can help software designers, developers, and project managers stay consistent with their class names and quickly clean up existing projects. For example, you might quickly fix a class in a long code block so that it follows the naming standard you’ve set for the project without spending hours manually finding and changing it. You can also use the class-naming tool to get an overview of all the classes used on a Webflow site, and quickly make the necessary edits.
By relying on the Client First class-naming tool, Webflow users can enjoy a fast and efficient way to make sure all their classes are semantic and consistent. Saving time and improving the accuracy of their projects, they are free to focus more of their attention on actually making the project amazing.